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aggressive communication happens in a harsh or angry manner that does not respect the feelings of other people.
assertive communication happens while respecting the thoughts and feelings of other people.
collaborate to work with others to achieve or do something.
collaborative decision a decision made by two or more people working toward a common goal.
communication the use of words, sounds, signs, or behavior to express oe exchange information.
conflict a disagreement about ideas or feelings
individual decisions decisions a person makes by him or herself.
negotiation skills skills used to work with other people to resolve differences. involves compromise.
refusal skill a skill used when a person wants to say no to an action or leave a situation.
body system group of organs that work together to preform related functions.
coping strategies techniques or behaviors a person uses to handle stress
delayed gratification act of avoiding an immediately enjoyable behavior in the hopes of getting an even better award at a later time.
health a person's overall physical, mental, and social condition. Not just the absence of disease or "feeling sick".
health literacy a person's understanding of his or her own health, as well as the ability to comprehend new information about health and medicine.
health-promoting behavior an action that improves a person's health and reduces the risk of illness or injury.
impulse immediate desire for something
mental and emotional health ability of a person to learn new ideas, tolerate differences, distinguish fantasy from reality, and appropriately control and express his or her feelings.
organs specialized structures that carry out a specific function in a living organism.
physical health condition of a living organism's body at a given time.
risk behaviors actions that increase a person's chance of suffering an illness or injury.
self-discipline ability to resist impulses and consisetently behave in healthful and positive ways.
self-image person's conception or mental image of him or herself.
social health condition of a person's relationships with others.
stress mental state of strong feelings or anxiety, worry, or even anger caused by problematic in one's life.
adolescents people who are developing in too adults.
anxiety feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease.
bullying behavior that is intended to hurt other people. this behavior may happen repeatedly. the person being bullied often feels that he or she cannot do anything to stop the behavior.
coping skills methods used to deal with or manage a stressful situation.
cyberbullying use of social networking to attack, bully, or harass another person.
emotional well-being state of positive emotional health.
empathy ability to understand another person's experiences and emotions.
grief response to loss involving many emotions.
mental well-being state of positive mental health.
obesity condition of having an excessive weight for one's height, usually assessed by body mass index (BMI).
peer pressure sense of pressure to do something just because others are doing it.
peers people of the same age or group.
self-esteem the way a person feels abut him or herself at any particular time.
social media computer content in which people share, create, or exchange information or ideas.
social networking technology platform where people interact and exchange ideas.
stress management the use of coping skills to manage or reduce stress.
stressors stimuli or situations that cause stress.
bipolar disorder mental health condition. marked by periods of intense excitement followed by periods of depression.
conflict resolution method of eliminating a problem. can happen through negotiation and mediation.
depression mental health condition. symptoms include sadness and loss of interest in day-to-day activities.
desensitize to cause someone to react less to something through repeated exposure.
gang organized group of crimes with a structure membership and a defined leader.
no-tolerance policy method of discipline in which anyone who brakes even a minor rule receives punishment.
schizophrenia mental health condition in which a person loses touch with reality.
self-harming behavior hurting oneself on purpose with acts that may include cutting piercing or bumping.
suicide act of taking one's own life voluntarily.
nutrients substances necessary for growth and development.
sleep deprived state of not getting the proper amount
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